Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Description The Edward V. Gillis collection includes magazines posters, maps, other published and some unpublished materials on different aspects of human culture and anthropology, with an emphasis on Native American people, events, organizations, and activities in Michigan and throughout the United States.
Collection — Box 1: [aspace.r.483.Box.1]
Collection Description Correspondence between George Quimby and Jimmy Griffin from 1939-1981. Their correspondence relates to personal matters as well as anthropology, cultural artifacts, and studies of American Indians. Several letters mention James Zumberge, Grand Valley State College’s first president.
Series — Box 1-3: [aspace.r.282.Box.1-3]
Abstract Richard E. Flanders was a professor of Anthropology at Grand Valley from 1964-1988. After participating in the Korean conflict, he attended Mexico City College, followed by the University of Michigan where he earned his PhD. Flanders developed the sociology and anthropology departments at Grand Valley. Flanders initiated the archeological excavation of the Blendon Landing area on the Allendale Campus. He was the Field Director for the Norton Mounds Project and a member of the Norton Indian ...